Fill out this form if you are interested in serving as an Election Judge in the City of Chanhassen in the 2018 General Election on November 6, 2018.
NEW IN 2018: We will be using brand new tabulators and ballot boxes as well as electronic poll books (PollPads) instead of paper roster books, which significantly speeds up the roster sign-in and new registration process.
NOTE: Use the city name and zip code where you receive your mail, i.e. Chanhassen 55317, Chaska 55318, or Excelsior 55331.
NOTE: Only the Democratic and Republican parties are recognized as major political parties in the state of Minnesota. Any other political party affiliation will not be recognized when balancing election judges in each precinct. Non-Partisan Judges will be limited in their responsibilities.
NOTE: Half day availability may be limited depending on the number of judges available to work.
Two hours of training is required to serve as an election judge in Minnesota. The City of Chanhassen will provide training on the following dates and times:
Chanhassen pays regular election judges $9.65 per hour, which is Minnesota's current minimum wage. Judges are paid to attend two hours of training and for working at the polls on election day.An election judge can choose not to be paid and volunteer their services. A separate form will be required to be submitted. Head and Assistant Head Election Judges are paid at a higher rate.
If you are chosen to serve as an election judge in 2018, you will be contacted with additional information and to schedule training.
Questions? Contact Kim Meuwissen at 952-227-1107 or by email at email@example.com.
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